Haunters of used book stores may have spotted the mystery and adventure books of Percy Keese Fitzhugh (1876-1950). They were phenomenally popular in the 1920s, and millions of copies were sold. Fitzhugh was an American author. His first known work, The Goldenrod Story Book, was published in 1906. The bulk of his work, having a Boy Scouting theme, revolves around the fictional town of Bridgeboro, New... [click here for more]
The Miss Pickerell Megapack collects all 4 volumes of the classic young adult science fiction series by Ellen MacGregor (later volumes were penned a decade later by another author).
Eccentric Miss Pickerell's adventures took her all over the world -- and sometimes beyond! Included in this volume are: #1. Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars #2. Miss Pickerell and the Geiger Counter #3. Miss Pickerell... [click here for more]
After the American Civil War ended, George W. Peck (1840—1916) became a newspaper publisher. His weekly newspaper, "Peck's Sun," contained Peck's humorous writings, including his famous semi autobiographical "Peck's Bad Boy" stories. Peck died in 1916 at age 75, but his writing continued to win fans for years. The "Peck's Bad Boy" stories became the basis for several... [click here for more]
Roy Judson Snell was a prolific writer for the young adult market, penning more than 75 adventure and mystery stories aimed at boys and girls. He also wrote under the names of David O'Hara, James Craig, and one book under Joseph Marino.
While most of his works have entered the public domain, a handful (such as "The Hidden Trail" in this volume) remain in copyright. Wildside Press tracked... [click here for more]
The Rover Boys were precursors to the Hardy Boys -- three brothers who solved mysteries and had adventures at boarding school, on vacation, and abroad. Twenty volumes (all included here) were published. A second series, chronicling the adventures of the original Rover Boys' sons, followed. Six volumes of the second series are included.
If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite... [click here for more]